Beware These Common 5 Bad Breath Causes

Smoking. No one wants to have bad breath, but all smoking products cause smoker’s breath, it doesn’t matter which one you are using. Inhaling hot gases will of course dry the mouth tissues. If there is no saliva, the mouth can’t rinse itself clean. Chemicals inhaled while smoking stick to places inside your mouth and react with bacteria to cause bad breath. Particles leftover from smoking or chewing also find their way into the lungs and throat. These can linger there for hours, which is why stale breath is often linked with smoking.